Khaligraph Jones wants that money.
The high-flying Kenyan rapper has finally released his highly anticipated single – ‘Nataka Iyo Doh’ (I Want That Money). King Khali premiered the song on Monday, along with the accompanying music video that was directed by Moses Osidiana.
In the four-minute visual, the rapper is all about that money and the high life.
The track, produced at Khali’s Blu Ink Studios by Magix Enga, has not come without controversy.
A little known Kenyan artist, J Cudi, has claimed Khali stole his music idea.
“This n*gga Stole my music idea…. That is so low. For a big name like you.. I have lost all the respect I had for you,” wrote J Cudi on social media.
Another section of music lovers claim that the ‘Nataka Iyo Doh’ instrumentals have been “borrowed” from South Africa rapper Casper Nyovest’s hit ‘Tito Mboweni.’
Watch ‘Nataka Iyo Doh’ above.